Shadows in the Night

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
The violent world of smuggling is seen through the eyes of Julia, a spirited young woman who leaves the court of George III to live with her great-uncle in the country town of Winchelsea. How many people are hiding secrets? Can she risk losing her heart to the dashing Mr Hamilton who she suspects of leading a double life? In dangerous encounters she learns the truth about those she trusted. More
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About Evan G Andrew

Evan Andrew lives on the North Shore of Auckland, New Zealand and is a widely-travelled historian who enjoys researching his books. An enthusiastic skier, tennis player and gardener, he also enjoys racing and breeding thoroughbreds.
He has written several historical romances including The Spanish Woman, a stand-alone adventure story, and Shadows in the Night and Shadows of Doubt which are set in the Regency period after Waterloo. The last two are historical thrillers in which the heroine Julia unknowingly gets caught up between the Bourbon and Bonapartist factions, as well as in romantic entanglements from both sides.
He has just finished writing a novel based around the Boxer rebellion in China.
Evan works tirelessly to find new ways to promote indie published books.

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Review by: Vicky Adin on July 12, 2012 :
Evans' knowledge of the Regency period of exceptional and the reader can be certain that every description is accurate. Follow Julia through all the ups and downs in her life. Sometime you can tut-tut at her choices, and sometimes worry about the danger she is in. The story moves along with an easy pace that keeps you turning pages.
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
Review by: Bev on Jan. 23, 2011 :
This is a fascinating tale, rich with period detail and written with great historical fluency. Evan Andrew knows his material and uses it to weave a compelling story of Julia and her change of circumstances. From a glittering life amid the bustle of the Royal Court, she leaves to live with a curmudgeonly great-uncle out in the country. She expects a quiet life, but is swept up into the danger and deceit of smugglers who operate along the south coast of England. There is romance too, and a difficult choice to make there. Immerse yourself in this intimate view of days gone by.
(reviewed 28 days after purchase)
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